UAF researchers install a weather station on
the Seward Peninsula
PACMAN (Pacific Area Climate Monitoring and Analysis Network) is a multi-year effort to better understand how climate change impacts freshwater resources (and the communities that depend on those resources) in Alaska and Hawaii. The goal is to utilize existing supercomputing facilities, climate observations, and regional freshwater resources to assess the impact of change on local communities.
GINA works in close partnership with the Arctic Region Supercomputing Center using PACMAN resources, including: PACMAN storage and the PACMAN supercomputing cluster. GINA also hosts and manages the PACMAN web site.